BEAUTIFUL REPARTITION OF THE SURAS


One knows that the Quran has 114 surates. 
But one always asks the question why 114 and not 115 or 113 surates for example? Besides other mysteries that Allah knows, of course 114 are multiple of 19. But I think I found one thanks Allah.
Came me one day the idea to distribute the surates of the Quran according to their divisibility: 
By 2 and by 3. 
My stupor was great when I added the surates of every respective group: 
Watch by yourself below : 
The first remark it is that every group is composed of 38 sourates(38=19*2) 
You also notice that their sums are multiple of 19. 
You also notice that 19 divisible by 2 surates is in the first half of the Koran (that is to say the first 57 surates), and therefore the rest (19) are in the second half. 
It also applies for the divisible by 3 sourates .(2 groups of 19 sourates distributed between the 2 halves of the 114 sourates) 
Chance? Coincidence? 
Your astonishment will be greater when you will know that the remaining sourates, that are 38, (sourates composed of prime numbers and of divisible by 5 numbers ), if one adds  them one has a multiple of 19 number.And it is not finished, because this total is the same that the one of the group of divisible sourates by 2.

  

Suras divisible by 2

  Suras divisible by 3  

not  divisible by 2 and 3     

No Sura No Verses S+V   No Sura No Verses S+V   No Sura No Verses S+V
1 2 286 288   1 3 200 203   1 1 7 8
2 4 176 180   2 6 165 171   2 5 120 125
3 8 75 83   3 9 129 138   3 7 206 213
4 10 109 119   4 12 111 123   4 11 123 134
5 14 52 66   5 15 99 114   5 13 43 56
6 16 128 144   6 18 110 128   6 17 111 128
7 20 135 155   7 21 112 133   7 19 98 117
8 22 78 100   8 24 64 88   8 23 118 141
9 26 227 253   9 27 93 120   9 25 77 102
10 28 88 116   10 30 60 90   10 29 69 98
11 32 30 62   11 33 73 106   11 31 34 65
12 34 54 88   12 36 83 119   12 35 45 80
13 38 88 126   13 39 75 114   13 37 182 219
14 40 85 125   14 42 53 95   14 41 54 95
15 44 59 103   15 45 37 82   15 43 89 132
16 46 35 81   16 48 29 77   16 47 38 85
17 50 45 95   17 51 60 111   17 49 18 67
18 52 49 101   18 54 55 109   18 53 62 117
19 56 46 102   19 57 29 86   19 55 78 133
20 58 22 80   20 60 13 73   20 59 24 83
21 62 11 73   21 63 11 74   21 61 14 75
22 64 18 82   22 66 12 78   22 65 12 77
23 68 52 120   23 69 52 121   23 67 30 97
24 70 44 114   24 72 28 100   24 71 28 99
25 74 56 130   25 75 40 115   25 73 20 93
26 76 31 107   26 78 40 118   26 77 50 127
27 80 42 122   27 81 29 110   27 79 46 125
28 82 19 101   28 84 25 109   28 83 36 119
29 86 17 103   29 87 19 106   29 85 22 107
30 88 26 114   30 90 20 110   30 89 30 119
31 92 21 113   31 93 11 104   31 91 15 106
32 94 8 102   32 96 19 115   32 95 8 103
33 98 8 106   33 99 8 107   33 97 5 102
34 100 11 111   34 102 8 110   34 101 11 112
35 104 9 113   35 105 5 110   35 103 3 106
36 106 4 110   36 108 3 111   36 107 7 114
37 110 3 113   37 111 5 116   37 109 6 115
38 112 4 116   38 114 6 120   38 113 5 118
total

2166

        2223         2166    
  19*114         19*117         19*114    

 

Before finishing this short exposition, and to finish in beauty I distributed these 3 groups of sourates in a figure having the shape of concentric circles looking like a spider's web: in our picture the drawing appears rather in the shape of a square; technically it was not possible to me to draw it by computing but you can make it on a sheet of paper, you will see that is more beautiful. 
The important it is that if you count the surates included in the the contours of the same color you will be stunned to discover that all total of each of them (they are 19 in all) have the same value and that is 345!! 
That Allah is glorified! One understands why this sharing in 3 different groups is the most beautiful. It is the most optimal distribution that makes that the choice of 114 surates is not by chance !!!

It is noteworthy to say that this repartition is similar with the one of the chemical elements of the periodical table ( read chapter "Chemistry and 19"). 

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